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post #31 of 50 Old 04-30-2009, 08:10 AM
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Dont let that bother you bro -
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Wow ......thanks for posting for me!!, and your thoughts.....judging by your profile it doesnt surprise me much. I tried to go through your 26 posts and see what a real jeep(yours) looks like. All I can find is about 10 different pics Jeeps you have posted??(which one is yours just so ill know?? http://s721.photobucket.com/albums/ww212/ShaneRuppert/ ) Nice Jeeps man....all 10 of them........btw no complaints on the Grapplers here......best mud tire ive ever owned.......wait, let me go find a pic of a Jeep with some Swampers and post it, those will be the best ive ever owned lol



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post #32 of 50 Old 04-30-2009, 08:14 AM
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If I could've afforded em, I'dve probably got em'

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post #33 of 50 Old 04-30-2009, 01:30 PM
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I've got them and a couple of close friends do as well. They are the best balanced tire I have ever owned! I did my research and thats what everyone was stating about them. I have 37's and my buddies both have 35's and all 3 of us barely have any weights on ours. They ride super smooth but do make some noise. They bite hard on rocks, slickrock and work great in the Mud.





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post #34 of 50 Old 04-30-2009, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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your jeep is perfect.
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post #35 of 50 Old 04-30-2009, 05:54 PM
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I've got them and a couple of close friends do as well. They are the best balanced tire I have ever owned! I did my research and thats what everyone was stating about them. I have 37's and my buddies both have 35's and all 3 of us barely have any weights on ours. They ride super smooth but do make some noise. They bite hard on rocks, slickrock and work great in the Mud.



OMG!!!!!!!! I seen your Jeep a few months ago,it didnt have grapplers in the pics I seen .....def best on the forum. WOW

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post #36 of 50 Old 04-30-2009, 05:59 PM
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Don't be so touchy. I just have all those jeeps on there to help people in the request forum, s.a... read the profile/stats, you'll see mine.
Maybe I was a little touchy lol. So sorry bro...., yes it looks like you have a rig to be proud of. I just didnt like the extra comments, that was my point, its fine to hate it, but anyways ill leave it at that and say

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I've got them and a couple of close friends do as well. They are the best balanced tire I have ever owned! I did my research and thats what everyone was stating about them. I have 37's and my buddies both have 35's and all 3 of us barely have any weights on ours. They ride super smooth but do make some noise.

I agree with this statement 100%. I also know what kind of process they go through before they hit the dealers. The Toyo MT's are the same. It helps being in quality and know how the tires are made and how they test them.
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I agree with this statement 100%. I also know what kind of process they go through before they hit the dealers. The Toyo MT's are the same. It helps being in quality and know how the tires are made and how they test them.
which would you prefer i know you have had these and the pro comps which do u like better...or should i go km2...hmmmm lol
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It's hard to choose. Both get from me. It's really just a matter of price difference.
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post #40 of 50 Old 05-04-2009, 02:32 PM
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Here are som pics of mine actually getting some action this weekend. I wish I would have been disconnected since things got a little tougher than I was expecting, but I really didnt need it for traction...those tires handled everything with ease. There was a lot of sand, mud, and a little rock. They didnt clean out as well as I would hoped that they would, but they were a nice smooth ride on the highway back to the house.








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I've got them and a couple of close friends do as well. They are the best balanced tire I have ever owned! I did my research and thats what everyone was stating about them. I have 37's and my buddies both have 35's and all 3 of us barely have any weights on ours. They ride super smooth but do make some noise. They bite hard on rocks, slickrock and work great in the Mud.



By far, your jeep is my favorite on this site!

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IMO, that lift height, coupled with the Nittos on Moabs makes for a terrific looking ride. Less is more as they say. Very nice.

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Fireman, what kind of rims are those? They look sick!
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jeep shaking when i come to braking

hi i just got a new jeep its a 2000 jeep cherokee sport with 8 inch rustys long arm lift. jeep is overall nice only 73xxx miles on it. but when i come to a stop my jeep shakes pretty bad. does anyone have any idea what it could be?
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Fireman, what kind of rims are those? They look sick!

They are Limited Edition Mickey Thompson Classic, Signature Series, 15X10.
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